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Happy Appy
Season 0, Episode 0
Happy Appy Logo
Air date April 26, 1999 - present
Written by Freddrick Gorgote
Directed by Unknown
Episode guide
Happy Appy was a TV show that broadcasted on Noggin. (Now known as Nick. Jr) It was removed from being shown to the public due to its graphic, scary nature.


See List of Happy Appy Episodes



  • Freddrick Gorgote
  • Kevin Costo
  • Norman McCube
  • Jim Forester


  • Freddrick Gorgote
  • Kevin Costo
  • Jim Forester


  • Jim Forester
  • Norman McCube
  • Kevin Costo

Voices (1999)Edit

  • Blair Meyes - Happy Appy (all episodes)
  • Ray Boilla - Danny
  • Miranda Bollia - Miranda
  • Dick Beals - Nate
  • Stan Freberg - Bully
  • Tara Strong - Math Kid (Happy Goes To School)
  • Pedro Gonzalez - Narrator (Happy Appy Movie Pt 2)
  • Jackie Gleason - Reporter (Nate Needs Help), Father (Happy Appy Movie PT 2)
  • Tress MacNiellie - Teacher (Happy Goes To School)
  • Hamiltion Camp - Art Kid (Happy Goes To School)
  • Mark Hamill - Lifeguard (Happy's Vacation)
  • Dom DeLuise - Bully (Hurt Happy)
  • Arnold Stang - High Pitched Kid Voice (Happy Appy Movie Pt 1), Offscreen Man (Lost Episode)
  • Marvin Kaplan - Bully (Happy Appy Movie Pt 1)
  • Tony Jay - Bully (various episodes)
  • Frank Welker - Vocals (all episodes)

Voices (2012 - present)Edit

  • Llyod Myers - Happy Appy
  • Ray Bollia - Danny
  • Tara Strong - Lisa
  • Frank Welker - Nate
  • E.G Daily - Miranda
  • Steven Spielberg - Bully

Other crewEdit

  • John Tresti (music)
  • John Wilkinson (scripts)
  • Tristan Drews (designer of Happy puppet)

Trivia Edit

  • Happy appy is a creepypasta.

Gallery Edit


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